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Catch and Release Over the years people have enjoyed the many types of fishing the world has to offer Some people do it for tournaments some for the sport and most of us for pleasure It is hard to say when someone decided to pick up a willow and tie a piece of string to it with a hook and bait but for some reason it has grown into a magnificent pastime The type of fishing technologies that we have today would be a surprising site to some of the very first anglers In all the fun of angling we must always be aware that the fish can be damaged by our pleasure in catching them maybe thats why so many people keep what they catch So here is something to consider Try releasing your catch and do it correctly because fishing can cause harm to the fish if not properly handled therefore special circumstances should be practiced to insure that the fish will survive In todays world the angling pressure is extremely high especially in areas of great human population It is becoming more and more complicated to compete with the other angler You go to your very best and always secret fishing spot and there is A lot of folks lined up along the bank so much for you secret That is why your local Division Of Wildlife Resources has spent loads of your tax paying dollars on fish hatchery systems There would be no need for hatchery systems if we all would catch and release Specific handling techniques may reduce fish mortality This is stated by outdoor author Jeff Murray For those that do catch and release you might find this paper helpful in how you properly release a fish and for the ones who keep your fish you might consider catch and release This information will be directly associated with trout fishing in a river or stream First of
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